FFCreations # 12 Heuvos Mexicanos

Like spicey food?… Then you definitely need to have these. The ingredients are simple because I have yet to go food shopping so I literally just reached for what I could from the press.

Traditional Mexican eggs are filled with rice, fried beans and guacamole along with a while host of veggies and meat.

Seeing as I did not have most of the ingredients above didn’t matter, just improvise instead with what you have ensuring the main ingredients are eggs & chilli. Just make it is spicy AF 🔥

Under the ingredients list is the name of the brand & store that I purchased them in. Once again the macros are uploaded onto Myfitnesspal, just search for the heading under feastfoodcreations.

Ingredients

3 medium free range eggs (Kerrigans butchers)

1 wholemeal tortilla wrap (Tesco)

30g light creme fraiche (Tesco light choices)

25g grated mozzarella cheese (Ardagh, Aldi)

50g El Paso Mild Cunky Salsa.

2 lean smoked bacon medallions (Brannans, Aldi)

5g coconut oil (coco loco, Aldi)

50g red onikns, peppers & jalapenos.

 Method:

Basically just scrambled eggs.

  1. Pace the tortillas on a griddle pan and let them slowly toast away (alternatively just put the oven or microwave until soft).
  2. Roughly chop the veggies & Bacon & fry in the cover oil in a pan for 5 minutes.
  3. Whisk the eggs in a bowl with some salt/pepper.
  4. Veggies are soft add in the eggs and turn down the heat slightly stirring until the eggs begin to scramble.
  5. Add in the cheese & mix.
  6. Lay out the tortilla flat nd start with the salsa on the bottom, then the eggs.
  7. Top it off with the creme fraiche & crushed chilli flakes.

(Tip: soft goats cheese goes really nice and adds a creamy texture if that’s your things. If not, enjoy as is)

 

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